Manoeuvre is a fast-playing game of battlefield command, set in the early 19th century. Multiple geomorphic game maps provide the chessboard-sized battlefields over which eight different armies of the period (France, Britain, Russia, Spain, Austria, Turkey, Prussia, and the US) clash. Each country has 8 units and a deck of cards specific to the country. move and fight in one-on-one battles. As the commanding General of a nation's army, you have at your command units and a 60-card national deck which represents your army's specific troops and unique strengths. Your job is to utilize those assets and manoeuvre your forces to achieve battlefield supremacy.
This is a box set with a special horizontal design suitable for sleeved cards that would help you store your sleeved cards (standard Mayday thickness) without damaging them each time you close the flap.
The set includes a box for each power featuring nice graphics design and color code to match the cards.
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This document attempts to display all possible uses of each type of card without having to cross reference any rules. This should allow a player to focus on "what options are available to me right now" and not have to absorb the entire rulebook at once.
It includes errata from the FAQ and designer's clarifications from the Rules forum on BGG.com.
Version 1.0 Updated September 21, 2013
Streamlined Pursuit description and added some clarity to Redoubt and Ambush descriptions.
Note: If you have version .8 of this document, the Committed Attack description is very incorrect when describing use in ambushes. Please update at least that section.
Please geekmail me with any suggestions or corrections.
New artwork for the map tiles, using period map sources to look more "authentic". These are set up with 2 tiles per page, and each page is 11" high. This means most printers will have to reduce the image a little bit to fit it on 8 1/2 x 11 paper. This should be a negligible decrease in size, but they will be smaller than the standard map tiles.